Items tagged with Application

Someone must have spiked Valve's water cooler with energy drinks, which would explain how it made quick work of finalizing its Steam Mobile application for iOS and Android devices. Valve launched its mobile Steam application as a closed beta last... Read more...
Bobsled may be a curious name for a new application, but the implications here are huge. T-Mobile USA, while still their own company, is launching yet another nifty tool that separates them from the pack. For now, this is a PC-only app that allows... Read more...
Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world (more than 1,850 people die of skin cancer each year). A new iPhone application from SunSmart is hoping to help reduce this figure by showing people when it's time to cover up and avoid the sun's ultraviolet rays. The free app provides a daily... Read more...
We know the whole "There's An App For That!" campaign is getting stale, but you know what? It's pretty accurate. For almost any scenario you can dream up, the App Store has an app for what you need... Read more...
The New York Times announced an application for BlackBerry smartphones that will allow readers to view current news and information directly from their handhelds. The app formats content for optimal viewing and navigation on BlackBerry smartphone... Read more...
Protection One is now offering an iPhone application that lets you access your home's security panels and receive real-time security updates from an iPhone or iPod Touch. The new eSecure application allows users to confirm that their security system... Read more...
A new shipping application from UPS lets you track and ship packages, locate a UPS store using GPS, and more from your iPhone or iPod Touch. The free shipping app joins other UPS-enabled solutions for Apple users. In fact, NRG Software, a UPS Ready strategic provider, recently added NRGship Mac to its shipping... Read more...
If you ask any tech enthusiast what "the best smartphone is," you're apt to hear a lot of varying opinions. In fact, we highly doubt you'll get any group of five or more to agree. There's plenty of choices on the market, and every phone and OS seems... Read more...
If there's ever been an iPhone app that runs a good chance of being blocked at the point of entry, it's this. Real has just submitted its Rhapsody app to the App Store for approval, and if it passes, it'll bring an all new source of music to iPhone... Read more...
iPhone and iPod Touch users will soon be able to download Pilot My-Cast by Garmin, a cell phone application that provides aviation weather data, flight planning, and flight filing services to U.S. and Canadian based subscribers. Pilot My-Cast is... Read more...
Can you say "unprecedented growth?" We had to pick our jaws up off of the floor just 1.5 months ago when Apple announced that it had surpassed one billion downloads in its heralded (and oft copied) App Store, and now--just days after this very store... Read more...
Although an application store on a mobile phone isn’t exactly new, the idea of having this functionality on a BlackBerry is. At the BlackBerry Developer Conference, RIM announced a new online application storefront and a new on-device application... Read more...
Heavy multi-taskers know the pain that only someone who has tried to encode a movie while opening a web browser, word processor and a multi-IM program can know: the most annoying wait of the average day.Sure, some technology has promised to fix this, especially hybrid and solid-state disk drives, but both of... Read more...
Some Easter Egg!  It's not going to make you want to quit Microsoft Flight Simulator, but there's a hidden flight simulator inside Google Earth. You can even use a joystick with it. Though it’s nowhere close in features to the competition, Marco... Read more...
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